Reliable Printer Repair and Supplies Company, Tech Dogs, Launches New Website

May 21, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Rachel Roberts of Tech Dogs is pleased to announce the launch of their new website for ordering printing supplies and requesting printer service and maintenance. The website, https://techdogsonline.com/, will facilitate the ordering of printing supplies as well as manage customer service needs. The new website expedites the process for ordering necessary printer supplies, request printer repairs, and managed print services in a sleek, fresh design.

Tech Dogs has been satisfying the printing supply needs of their clients for over 10 years, providing a personalized experience for each one. They understand that no two businesses are alike, and avoid the cookie-cutter approach to doing business.

When approached about this announcement, Rachel Roberts had this to say, “Most businesses have a printer or need a printer. When you have a printer, you need maintenance and ink or toner replacement, at a very minimum. We make sure you have the supplies you need and if your printer breaks down, we are the repair service to turn to.”

Imaging supplies and printer maintenance are some of the components that help a business run smoothly and successfully. While some businesses operate in a way that uses a printer less frequently, others rely entirely on their printer’s functioning without interruption. Though, even the businesses that use their printers less frequently still need the equipment to work when it is needed. As printer functions are almost entirely mechanical, printers used less often are more likely to stop working. As such, having a maintenance schedule through Tech Dogs LLC is crucial.

Mary B., a bakery shop owner in Texas, became a Tech Dogs customer last year after her printer stopped working. This was the experience she shared, “I use my printer mainly once a month to print out my P/L sheets and to invoice clients in advance for their continual bakery orders. I used my printer at home for a few months because it was easier, and the next time I needed to print something at the office, the printer made awful sounds. A customer was in the shop when it happened and they recommended Tech Dogs. I called them and they sent out a repair guy the next day. I thought my thousand-dollar investment was going to end up in the trash but he fixed it and I was ready to print again. Now they come by every 4 or 5 months just to make sure things are working properly to avoid the disaster again. I am so grateful for Tech Dogs.”

The highly-trained staff at Tech Dogs provide tailored customer service to each client. They advise each business with customized plans that will ensure reliable productivity and cost-effective printer use. They work only with premier resellers that offer mainstream manufacturer printing products. The staff at Tech Dogs invites business owners to visit their site at https://techdogs.business.site/ if they have any questions about the products and services.

Rachel Roberts also warns business owners about the hidden cost of owning imaging equipment - attempted employee repairs. “Employees that encounter a problem printing often assume they did something wrong and try to fix it as quickly as possible without being caught. Unfortunately, most of the time it wasn’t their fault and their repair attempt actually damages the printer further causing a more expensive repair bill. Sometimes the printer isn’t repairable due to the attempt and the entire unit has to be replaced. If you have a reliable printing service team and your employees understand that it is better to leave the repair to the professionals - you end up saving money that way.”

Tech Dogs wants to help their clients save time and money. But, most of all, they want to ensure that their clients can run their business without any interruptions due to printer failure or a lack of replacement products - such as ink or toner. Tech Dogs LLC offers a 100% performance guarantee on all toner products and printer repairs. Additionally, as they know there are many ways to violate a manufacturer’s warranty, they offer full compliance with the warranty through both products and repair.

Greg Black, a business owner who prints over 100 pages an hour, shared his review about Tech Dogs, “If my printer doesn’t work, my business shuts down. I can’t be without a printer. Though I have a backup printer, I always need maintenance on both so that either can be used at any time. Tech Dogs has been very helpful to me as I would forget to schedule an appointment if it were left entirely in my hands. They have also been out to my business for an emergency repair when I needed both printers running simultaneously and only one was working that day. Thanks guys.”

Rachel Roberts at Tech Dogs invites business owners considering Tech Dogs’ services to visit their location at 1200 Placid Ave., Ste 500, Plano, TX 75074. A friendly, knowledgeable team member will be available to provide consultation and a quote for services.

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For more information about Tech Dogs, contact the company here:

Tech Dogs
Rachel Roberts
972-985-4730
contact@techdogsonline.com
1200 Placid Ave., Ste 500 Plano, TX 75074

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